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Just want to know what you all think. I am going to be getting either a lincoln power 200 or the miller matic 210. What have you all ised and what do you think. Thanks
 

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I'm on the phone with the Product Manager for Wire Feed Systems for Miller right now, and he says buy "the Power of Blue" all the way! :)
 

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GEARSINMYHEAD said:


Sure there is BUY A HOBART!

OHH gee I wonder who makes Hobart? :rolleyes:
 

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You can argue arc quality if you want and get a "right" answer. ;) Go use both of them, and get the one you prefer :D
 

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My preference is good condition used machines.

I just happened to find a good deal on a Lincoln.
I couldn't pass the deal up and now I like my Lincoln just fine.

I'm sure I would have like a Miller if I had a similar kick ass deal come my way.

Don't let the Miller or Lincoln only shops confuse you with their sales Popaganda.

take those same sales shmucks to two different toothpick makers and they will come up with similar propaganda to tell you thier pieces of wood were better.:rolleyes:
 

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morpheus said:


Illinois Tool Works makes Hobart

- jack
GEARSINMYHEAD said:


Das Right :flipoff2:
Well I guess you want to split hairs because they own Miller too! :rolleyes:

You white box guys seem to have an inferiority complex! :flipoff2:
 

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I have a Miller 175, it's great for me, can weld 1/4" just fine. I've used a 210 before same deal just a bigger package. I think infinite adjustment is a good selling point, pretty sure both ones you're looking at have that.
I think if you can work it any 220v welder will be fine, just depends how big you wanna go like BIg Nate said
 
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